Here is what you will need:
8 oz of Sedna's Simple Soap ( or Kirks Castile )
2 TBS of Glycerin
1 Gallon of distilled H2O
We made a video to show you the steps we went through and how much fun we had learning something new.
This is what we did:
We took the gallon of distilled water and heated it up, medium/high heat. Sara grated 8 ox of simple soap. and we added the shavings to the water, then the 2 tablespoons of glycerin and stared. After the soap shavings melted, we let it sit over night with a top on the pot.
|Sara is very Talented Photographer!|
This morning, we put in 20 drops of essential oil :) and poured it into the gallon jug the distilled water came in. Now we have a beautiful gallon of liquid soap we made together as a family. Saving tons of money, and granting us the time to be together, making a sustainable product for our home. Yes we used a plastic jug to contain the liquid soap, this is not perfect, but let me tell you this, it is far better then any other way we have ever gotten a bottle of liquid soap. Have fun folks, enjoy every minute.
Sara and Tara
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ps I just used this in the shower and it was awesome, for the dishes, it did not seem to lather enough for me. But lather does not mean it's not cleaning, my dishes are as shiny as can be.
pss I did not like this at all for the dishes, I have perfected this recipe for that purpose, here it is :)